Eastern Hiking

Southeast Catskills are a Rainbow Symphany This Fall

Waghkonk Notes, October 10, 2013 – by Dave Holden The Fall of 2013 is an extraordinarily beautiful one in the Mid-Hudson Valley and Southeast Catskills. Because of the plethora of rain in the region this summer virtually all of the trees – both conifers and deciduous – have retained the great majority of their leaves (in drought they will all ... Read More »

Get Ready for Fall Hiking in Acadia National Park!

By James Kaiser Acadia National Park is one of New England’s premier hiking destinations, and with good reason. Located two-thirds of the way up the rugged coast of Maine, it’s home to over a dozen mountains with spectacular coastal views. Tumbling down from the bare granite peaks are storybook scenes of pine-covered islands, boat-filled harbors, and classic lighthouses. All told, ... Read More »